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İngilizce - Türkçe
dolu için
dolu yağmak
dolu yağmak
dolu

Dolu fırtınası ürünleri mahvetti. - The hailstorm ruined crops.

Dolu ekinlere zarar verdi. - The hail harmed the crops.

hail fellow well met samimi dost
{f} dolu halinde yağmak
sağanak
herkesle çabuk ahbap olan kimse
yağmur

Mafya babası makineli tüfek ateşi yağmurunda öldürüldü. - The mafia boss was killed in a hail of machine gun fire.

Sokak kavgası, silah ateşi yağmuru ile kesildi. - The street fight was interrupted with a hail of gunfire.

selamlama
yağdırmak
yağmak
selamlamak
topa tutmak
taksi çağırmak
samimiyetten hoşlanan kimse
sıcakkanlı kimse
yerlisi olmak
çağırmak
Iimanından kalkmak
yakın arkadaş
limanından gelmek
dolu ya

Hiç dolu yağdığını gördün mü? - Have you ever seen it hail?

seslenme
giriş
salon
koridor
yağış
toplantı salonu
hol
yemekhane
geniş oda
büyük salon
seslenmek
(kimise) çağırmak
{f} selamla

İnsanlar zaferi selamladılar. - The people hailed the victory.

(isim) dolu; dolu gibi yağan şey
hailstorm (isim) dolu fırtınası
within hail: ses duyulacak mesafede, yakın
(isim) selâmlama, seslenme
(fiil) dolu halinde yağmak veya yağdırmak; hızlı ve şiddetli gelmek (söz, yumruk)
(fiil) selâmlamak; çağırmak; seslenmek
hailstone: (isim) dolu tanesi
hail from: ... limanından kalkmak: Where do you hail from? Nerelisin? Nereden geldin?
hail fellow well met: . samimi dost, yakın arkadaş; herkesle çabuk ahbap olan kimse, sıcakkanlı kimse, samimiyetten hoşlanan kimse
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) perde, mânia, iki şey arasını ayıran
Engel
HAİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Korku ve dehşet veren
hail
iki şey arasında ya da bir şey önünde perde olan, bir engel oluşturan şey
hail
Korkunç
İngilizce - İngilizce
Balls or pieces of ice falling as precipitation, often in connection with a thunderstorm
Healthy, whole, safe
to greet

Hail Linzen.

to call out loudly in order to gain the attention of

Hail a taxi.

{v} to pour down hail, salute, call out to
{n} frozen rain
{e} all health be to you
precipitation composed of chunks of ice that form atop cumulonimbus clouds and fall as soon as they become too heavy for the cloud updrafts to hold
2-4 in. (5 mm-10 cm). Small hail (also called sleet, or ice pellets) has a diameter of less than 0.2 in. Hail can be extremely destructive to buildings and crops; if it is large enough, it may be dangerous to animals. Hailstones 6 in. (15 cm) in diameter have fallen during storms in the U.S. Midwest. Hailstorms are most common in the middle latitudes and usually last around 15 minutes. They ordinarily occur in middle to late afternoon and may accompany thunderstorms
Hail is observed precipitation in the form of small balls or pieces of ice (hialstones), falling either separately or agglomerated into irregular lumps Hail falls during heavy thunderstorms
To pour forcibly down, as hail
be a native of; "She hails from Kalamazoo"
Sparse hailstones of small size, often mixed with rain Moderate
Small roundish masses of ice precipitated from the clouds, where they are formed by the congelation of vapor
The separate masses or grains are called hailstones
Precipitation in the form of balls or clumps of ice produced by thunderstorms Severe storms with intense updrafts are most likely to produce large hail
Precipitation in the form of balls or irregular lumps of ice produced by liquid precipitation freezing and being coated by layers of ice as it is lifted and cooled in strong updrafts of thunderstorms
{i} small pellets of ice or frozen vapor; shower of small ice particles; shower of anything, barrage (especially of bullets); salutation, greeting
Hail is a destructive form of precipitation that is 5 to 190 millimeters in diameter The large downdrafts in mature thunderstorm clouds provide the mechanism for hail formation Hailstones normally have concentric shells of ice alternating between those with a milky appearance and those that are clear The milky white shells, containing bubbles and partially melted snowflakes, correspond to a period of rapid freezing, while the clear shells develop as the liquid water freezes much more slowly
is precipitation composed of lumps of ice Hail is produced when large frozen raindrops or other particles in cumulonimbus clouds, grow by accumulating supercooled liquid droplets Violent updrafts in the cloud carry the particles up through the freezing all; allowing the frozen core to accumulate more ice when the piece of hail becomes too heavy to be carried by rising air currents, it falls to the ground
precipitate as small ice particles; "It hailed for an hour
precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents
A wish of health; a salutation; a loud call
call for; "hail a cab"
To praise enthusiastically
Pieces of ice that fall from thunderstorms Hail often is composed of concentric rings of ice that form as the particle moves through "wet" and "dry" areas of the thunderstorm
An exclamation of respectful or reverent salutation, or, occasionally, of familiar greeting
To report as one's home or the place from whence one comes; to come; with from
Precipitation in the form of balls or irregular lumps of ice Tall cumulonimbus clouds are much warmer at the bottom than at the top This causes tremendous pressure differences and strong rising air currents, which suck warm water droplets from the bottom of the clouds to the top There, they freeze If the currents are strong enough, a hailstone will fall and rise many times, causing several layers of ice to build up until the hailstone is heavy enough to fall from the cloud
Falling ice in roughly round shapes at least 0 2 of an inch in diameter Hail comes from thunderstorms and is larger than sleet Hailstones form when upward moving air -- updrafts -- in a thunderstorm keep pieces of graupel from falling Drops of supercooled water hit and freeze to the graupel, causing it to grow When the balls of ice become too heavy for the updrafts to continue supporting them, they fall as hailstones Sleet, in contrast, consists of raindrops that freeze on the way down
If a person, event, or achievement is hailed as important or successful, they are praised publicly. Faulkner has been hailed as the greatest American novelist of his generation US magazines hailed her as the greatest rock'n'roll singer in the world
be a native of
To pour down particles of ice, or frozen vapors
To name; to designate; to call
A hail of things, usually small objects, is a large number of them that hit you at the same time and with great force. The victim was hit by a hail of bullets
To call out to loudly in order to gain the attention of
greet enthusiastically or joyfully
Hail consists of small balls of ice that fall like rain from the sky. a sharp short-lived storm with heavy hail
Someone who hails from a particular place was born there or lives there. I hail from Brighton
Healthy
To declare, by hailing, the port from which a vessel sails or where she is registered; hence, to sail; to come; used with from; as, the steamer hails from New York
To call loudly to, or after; to accost; to salute; to address
When it hails, hail falls like rain from the sky. It started to hail, huge great stones
Said of the weather when hail is falling
[of Hægel (Saxon), or , Hagol (Saxon) , Hagel (S Du and G )] a Meteor formed of Flocks of Snow, which being melted by warm Air, and afterwards meeting with cold Air, is congealed and turns to Hail, whose Stones are of a different Figure, according to the Solution of the Flocks, and fall rudely by reason of their Weight
{f} rain down hail; pour down like hail, fall with force; salute, greet, welcome; call to from a distance
enthusiastic greeting
a frozen form of precipitation in which droplets reach the ground still frozen as ice Individual droplets, or hailstones, can range in size from a grain of sand to a large cobble
millimetric or larger precipitation particle of ice, formed by the accretion of ice crystals and rapidly freezing supercooled water droplets
praise vociferously; "The critics hailed the young pianist as a new Rubinstein"
Precipitation in the form of transparent or partially opaque balls or irregular lumps of concentric ice Hail is normally defined as having a diameter of 5 millimeters or more and is produced by thunderstorms
Precipitation of small balls or other pieces of ice (hailstones) falling separately or frozen together in irregular lumps (Typically associated with thunderstorms and surface temperatures above freezing)
- rain in the form of pellets of ice sometimes produced by strong thunderstorms It can be smaller than a pea or as large as a softball and very destructive to plants and crops In a hailstorm, take cover immediately
enthusiastic greeting precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents greet enthusiastically or joyfully call for; "hail a cab"
Precipitation composed of balls or irregular lumps of ice with diameters between 5 and 50 mm
To send or release hail
precipitate as small ice particles; "It hailed for an hour"
Precipitation in the form of balls or lumps usually consisting of concentric layers of ice A thunderstorm is classified as severe when it produces hail 3/4 of an inch or larger in diameter The following table shows hail size estimates
showery precipitation in the form of irregular pellets or balls of ice more than 5 mm in diameter, falling from a cumulonimbus cloud
If you hail a taxi, you wave at it in order to stop it because you want the driver to take you somewhere. I hurried away to hail a taxi. Precipitation of balls or pieces of ice with a diameter of
See Hale (the preferable spelling)
Precipitation that originates in convective clouds, such as cumulonimbus, in the form of balls or irregular pieces of ice, which comes in different shapes and sizes Hail is considered to have a diameter of 5 millimeter or more; smaller bits of ice are classified as ice pellets, snow pellets, or graupel Individual lumps are called hailstones It is reported as "GR" in an observation and on the METAR Small hail and/or snow pellets is reported as "GS" in an observation and on the METAR
Balls or pieces of ice falling as precipitation from a thunderstorm
Precipitation in the form of balls or irregular lumps of ice
A precipitation from clouds in pellets of ice and hard snow
Precipitation which forms into balls or lumps of ice over 0 2 inch (5 08 mm) in diameter Hail is formed by alternate freezing and melting as it is carried up and down by turbulent air currents within a cloud
Türkçe - İngilizce
barrier
curtain
barrier, curtain, screen
to hail

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    tı heyl

    Telaffuz

    /tə ˈhāl/ /tə ˈheɪl/

    Etimoloji

    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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